“What we are seeing now are relationships breaking from traditional moulds - we’re no longer subscribing to what society, religion or parents expect from us, instead deciding what we want as individuals." It's all too easy to hop on, do some swiping and see if there's anything better out there. It means you're willing to take the risk of everyone publicly knowing if you break up.
Deleting your Tinder accounts (bonus points if you do it together) shows this is no casual relationship. Potentially the strongest show of modern commitment, everyone knows that once you decide to watch a series together, you're in it for the long haul (bonus points if it goes for more than three seasons.) It's also an unspoken promise that you'll only watch it with each other... Making that status change to announce to your nearest and dearest 800 Facebook friends that you're in a relationship is no small step. RELATED: Say hello to your new relationship philosophy: ‘F*ck yes or f*ck no’ Whether it's the two of you chilling out on the sofa, enjoying a day out, or those all-too popular sleeping photos, posting a picture of the two of you that's not the typical green smoothie/night out/post-gym selfie shows you mean business.
It can be difficult to tell when a baby or toddler is seriously ill, but the main thing is to trust your instincts.
You know better than anyone else what your child is usually like, so you'll know when something is seriously wrong.
With everyone well aware that sex without contraception leads to babies, Dr Goldstein says many couples are leaving this decision up to chance, with the mindset of saying "If it happens, it happens." RELATED: 9 things every woman needs to know about the ‘morning after pill’ "There's no greater example of commitment than a baby," she says.